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Feb 15, 2013 10:00pm PST
at technology which we found always works best if it fixes something that's broken about life, and that hasn't always been the case of late. it was a lovely wedding and they are a lovely couple. they had the very cool idea of getting married in grand central station and "the new york times" covered the events for the vows section of their website. now, a grand central wedding isn't for everybody. it is a bit on the public side, but it was kind of romantic except maybe the glow from the ipad. bibles and even paper vows have worked great for centuries and don't need a charger. can we not agree that sometimes old school is best. using ipads as cameras, for example is like taking pictures with a cafeteria tray especially when you consider they make cameras that are small and take really good pictures, same with the new jersey firefighters who were recently sworn in with the ipad bible app. they make bibles that work real well for that. and while it didn't get much attention a few weeks back, we lost the man who, in a way, started it all. john carlen invented digital, working for the old bell lab
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